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are, huh? here we go. here we go. [applause] thank you. i am proud to introduce my son to you, patrick obyedkov. 25 years ago, patrick was in the fourth grade. a good student, played little league. and then there was the accident. [softly] and here we are... [louder] raising money for people with similar neurological disabilities. i hope you enjoy the concert. [applause] [whispering] are you all set? all set. [beethoven's waldstein sonata, allegro con brio] ♪ [off-key sequence] he's never missed a note. [music continues, more frequent missed notes] ♪ something's wrong. [frenzied playing] ♪ patrick, what is it? my hand, it hurts. let me see it. [tearing up] oh, papa! ow! your soups are so awesomely delicious my husband and i can't stop eating 'em! what's...that... on your head? can curlers! tomato basil, potato with bacon... we've got a lot of empty cans. [ male announcer ] progresso. you gotta taste this soup. into john stamos. honey! i think i'm getting burned! eat. ♪ tastes pretty good, huh? [ men grunting ] open! [ male announcer ] oikos. possibly the best yogurt in the worl
of blood throughout the white matter of patrick's right hemisphere. mind if we chat about that for a few moments? (chase) either trauma, an aneurysm, cancer, or autoimmune disease. we need a biopsy to figure out which it is. his eeg was non-specific. where are you gonna biopsy? everywhere. sure, just put on a blindfold and play pin the tail on the brain. he's bleeding into his brain. he's dying. you can't just randomly stab the temporal lobe and hope you hit the right spot. well, i'm only gonna take little tiny pieces. until what? till i find the problem. or you kill him. no, i'll keep going even if i kill him. then he's screwed. thanks for the chat. what if we do the eeg from inside his brain? i'm actually a little insulted. you were supposed to spend the last hour worrying about me. it's risky and invasive. but that's why god invented the long consent form. can you get to why this is a brilliant idea? external eeg could get confused if there are multiple structural abnormalities. if we perform the eeg inside the skull, it could show us where to biopsy. brilliant. go. do. i'd also like
. the lede. that's the first story. >> former congressman patrick ken gnaw due, is there -- kennedy, is there any other kind, is putting his kennedy money where his mouth is. the oxycontin addict, is there any other kind, is forming a new group toward fighting the trend of legalizing marijuana. we need a new approach. project sam or smart approaches to marijuana, that's clever favors trading pot use as a public health issue. keeping users out of jail by using drug courts and treatment facilities. kennedy tells routers, who ever that is, he is afraid his eight-year-old son is an addict. such as marijuana use being commonly accepted. anyway, you know who doesn't need to get high? these musicians. >> i love cold play. matt, i go to you first. david frum is involved in this project, so it must be a horrible idea. tried tofrum who spent the convince anybody who is against the iraq is unpatriotic. a great centrist. it is useful to have all of these guys, the kennedys and the frums together in a cause i desperately don't believe in. if enough bad people support something, maybe something g
. >> giffords's testimony was followed by an intense day of questioning including patrick leahy and dick durbin taking on the head of nra. wayne la pierre. >> should we have mandatory background checks at gun shows for the sales? >> if you are a dealer, that's already the law. >> that's not my question. i'm not trying to play games here. if you could, just answer my question. >> i do not believe the way the law is working now unfortunately that it does any good to extend the law to private sales in collectors. >> worry all due respect that was not the question asked. >> i think it is the answer. we have to get in the real world on what works and doesn't work. my problem with background checks is you are never going to get criminals to go through several background checks. >> mr. la pierre, that's the point. the criminals won't purchase the guns because there will be a background check that stop them from the original purchase. you missed that point completely. it's basic. >> i think you missed -- >> let there be order. please wait. i said earlier, there will be order. >> joining me now from was
with that planning with all of us, so i wanted to make sure to introduce and congratulate patrick otiline who has come aboard to take care of this incredible responsibility. patrick, thank you very much for being here today. [applause] i will note that currently the caps program is lodged under city mmptdor's office and a conversation i had when i was city administrator and we wanted to put it at a place, but it is there for now, but with patrick's help we will make sure that program flourishes at the right place and with all the different resources that we have to have along with my commitment we will have appropriate legislation in due time when we are ready when placed out before the voters what we require but we will do that in collaboration and not talking out because it is expensive and we know lives are at stake and we have to do it the right way and have a program that will work for everybody. now, i also want to say to you that there has been a person certainly in my own career as a public servant that has been impactful. i met rear admiral john banoff in 89 after the earthquake. he w
slide show? >> you can start it. good afternoon commissioners my name is patrick kennedy and i'm the project sponsor. i'm pleased to be here today, the first qualified student project in san francisco. i've been involved in berkeley and have built 5 hundred units plus in berkeley. the project in the upper left-hand side of the scene was from a downtown project since world war ii. in 2007 i sold the portfolio of the buildings and decided to develop housing and specifically student housing in san francisco. i did quite a bit of research about the market in san francisco and with the help of the san francisco housing action coalition was able to learn that there about 65 thousand full-time students in san francisco of which only 11 thousand have sponsors in student housing and that leaves 56 thousand student that don't have the principle. the project at 1321 mission will have a hundred and 60 units of which 120 a micro parents and other suits they can accommodate up to 5 hundred students. we have been working on small unit design in the last 5 years and we've adopted the design me
'm jim patrick with patrick and company of we have a store which is very close to 79 new montgomery street, probably 150'. i don't know 200'. we were not notified and the first thing i heard about this is when i saw it on the agenda when i got here. what is going on with the notification? it just seems like it just doesn't exist. thank you. >> thank you. >> mr. kwong, anything further? commissioners the matter is submitted. >> i am inclined to deny the appeal, uphold -- i'm sorry, deny the appeal, and strike the permit. uphold the department. sorry. based on what was presented. >> i agree. are you making that a motion? >> yes. >> i will second that motion. >> the motion then to deny the appeal and uphold the department? >> yes. >> so on that motion from the president to deny this appeal, up hold the denial. and it was on the basis of the testimony presented? >> on the record. >> by mr. kwong. >> thank you. >> i think i would prefer it's on the basis of the department's analysis. >> i will take that amendment to my motion. i will accept. >> so again, on that motion
, patrick gokeefe. happy new year to you. >> good to see you. happy new year to you, ross. >> right. we've raised expectations post edp. have you? >> well, let's start off with a disclaimer. last month when i was here, my forecast basically made the mayans look like real geniuses. >> i was goinging to come on to that, but you've done it now for me. >> i figured i better preempt you. the -- after yesterday's report from adp, i moved my expectations up. i was about 150,000 private sector jobs. adp was important not only because of what they saw in december, but a significant upside revision to the november data. so i think if anything, we're going to get a little upside surprise from the bureau of labor statistics this morning. maybe as high at 200,000. >> which -- you know, which is going to have implications from the fed. i want to come on to that. just going back to the last month, how significant was it because you had said if we got anything over 40,000, you were so certain we were going to get a big sandy impact that didn't happen. what does that mean about your thoughts of the unde
of the team's leaders and one of the best tight ends in the nfl. and finally, patrick willis, his sixth year with the people and heart and soul of the defense. all three have seen it all and one guy wants to make sure they get their just reward next sunday. >> talked about going to the atlanta game, don't let it slip away. we have guys put so much into this game, into this team, and we want to make it happen. that's a big motivator for a lot of the younger guys. >> mike: raiders head coach dennis allen coasting the north team in mobile, alabama. a good chance to check out the draft picks. stanford running back seth help the south win. >> warriors hit the road for a four-game swing in five nights. brutal. spending tonight in milwaukee. monte ellis, former warrior. harrison barnes, monster jam. the bench goes wild. that rookie is a player! seth curry, why is he not an all-star. third quarter, monte ellis gets the feed. he finishes. he had 20,ed a disbrandon jennings, nothing but nut. warriors lose their second game in two nights, 109-102. >> sharks can do no wrong, winning their fourth game an
of officer patrick prevent and michael jersey -- patrick giffin and tursi. there were called to an apartment the man who is threatening to kill those who stood in his way. he was a former tenant. he was gone before officers arrived that day. later, friday, june 24, officers were called to the same apartment building after it was reported someone had fired an assault rifle. no suspect was present, but it was determined an assault rifle had been fired into the sidewalk. the officer was signed -- they were assigned as members of the street crime unit. they developed information that led to the identification of the weapons owner who had an extensive criminal history. they continued their relentless investigation into this event and identified the criminal, determining an additional possible home address and weapons. on the early morning hours of wednesday, june 29, officer griffin received a phone call that provided of potential location for the now-wanted subject. officer griffin contacted a supervisor and partner. after working a leak investigation the night before, these dedicated officers r
patrick leahy. then life inauguration coverage including the swearing in of president obama and your phone calls. >> joining us on "newsmakers", senator patrick leahy. thank you for being with us. joining us is a congressional reporter for "the new york times." let me begin with the comments made this past week as the president outlined his gun strategy. he made a passing reference to violent in media. you said you want to take a closer look at that part of the debate. how can congress legislate morality when it comes to gun violence or movies? >> movies and television and what not the response and not the congress. it to be family members, parents. with my grandchildren there are programs that are not allowed to watch. i think that is right. we should be doing more of that. the industry has to ask itself how glamorous do they make killings, at the same in a movie. there's nothing glamorous about somebody being killed. i was at a number of murder scenes when i was a prosecutor. there's nothing glamorous about that. i worry about people glamorizing it. the issue has been rais
. i knew we had the guys to do it, like patrick vernon, just justin smith. list goes on. we had the guys. i don't think we had the right people in front to lead it the right way. >> you talk about san francisco, only come to mind, jay rice, joe montana, now we trying to close that bridge and make you talk about patrick willis, j justinsmith. they was the team back in the day. we trying to be the team there now. >> we are eight days away from super bowl xlvii. the countdown is on. when you want a story covered the right way, count on nbc bay area and comcast sportsnet bay area to deliver the right bay. live super bowl reports from new orleans begin tomorrow. we have the latest on the 49ers and ravens, believe me, you don't want to miss it. >>> over to the ice. avs and sharks looking to stay undefeated on the ice. first period, brad stewart with a big hit. he would leave but return later. he goes after stewart, he would receive a misconduct. on the powerplay, patrick marlow. second goal of the season. he wasn't done. powerplay, number two. sharks win 4-0. >>> will have we go, i wa
of the days of the history book for patrick marlowe. get beautyrest, posturepedic, even tempur-pedic mattress sets at low clearance prices. save even more on floor samples, demonstrators, and closeout inventory. the year end clearance sale ends sunday at sleep train. ♪ your ticket to a better night's sleep ♪ in a row? plus why today was a day for the history books for patrick marleau. the golden state warriors were in action again today taking on the milwaukee bucks on the second night of a back to back. and unfortunately for the warriors they lost 102-to- 109. this is only the second time the two teams have met since the warriors traded monta ellis and ekpe udoh for often-injured center andrew ellis scored 20 points bucks used a big third quarter where they outshot the warriors 19-to-35. their four game road trip toronto on monday. patrick marleau became just the second player in n-h-l history to open the season with four straight mutli- goal games when the sharks hosted the visiting colorado avalanche earlier today. marleau scored twice on a power play in the first period to lead the sa
. phone number. (617) 686-7731. age: 28. father: patrick casey. mother: margaret casey, deceased. we should get more cookies. ( sighs ) gee, they want to know everything-- my interests, hobbies, sports, awards, on and on. i'll be here all night. do you think this college thing is a good idea? yeah, for me, it is. it's the only way i'm going to get anywhere in the music world. ( groans disgustedly ) when are you going to give up junk food and eat something healthy? when healthy food tastes as good as cookies and peanut butter. good night. i hope i can make it, mom. kevin: i am late for school. rebecca: don't drink from the carton. milk tastes better this way. you drive me insane. why are you wearing shorts and a tie? high school graduation pictures. what do you mean? graduation pictures, you know. they take a picture from here up. they don't take a picture of your legs. are all your exams finished? i just have my math final. kevin... beck, don't worry. math is a breeze. i've got to go. hi, dad. bye, dad. don't slam the door. ( door slams ) ( groans ): thanks. hi, dad. why are you up s
left her house on patrick avenue and harder road. after an argument with her father. she has shut down her facebook page. and has not contacted any family members. since she was last seen on sunday. walnut creek police are investigating a violent armed robbery at the jewlery store.davidson and licht. it happened this afternoon at broadway plaza near main street in downtown walnut creek. witnesses say two suspects barged in, one sprayed employees with pepper spray while the other broke the display cabinets with a sledge hammer. police say a third suspect drove the get-away car - a newer model black infiniti sux f-x 35. >> also new at 11. police believe this man is connected to a deadly shooting at a pittsburg gas station. brian keith is suspected of shooting one man in the head. this morning. it happened at a union 76 gas station on railroad avenue. the victim was taken to the hospital and later died. keith is considered armed and dangerous. >> jacqueline: we are in for a warmer weather. some 60s to the north. take a look at current conditions rather mild. 52 in novado. still chilly thr
this breaking news elsewhere today coming out of massachusetts where governor duvall patrick made his pick as a interim replacement for john kerry, his name mo cowan, we'll have a break down of who he is after this. look what mommy is having. mommy's having a french fry. yes she is, yes she is. [ bop ] [ male announcer ] could've had a v8. 100% vegetable juice, with three of your daily vegetable servings in every little bottle. >>> breaking news we've been covering, the huge announcements of due val patrick announcing his interim replacement. it's not congressman markey or frank and not vickie kennedy, who expressed no interest in the seat whatsoever. instead it's someone unknown out ofside of massachusetts, the former chief of staff, william mo cowan. joining me now with insight on who the new interim senator is, i want to play for everybody, though, so they can hear from cowan himself what he said in reference to this appointment by the governor. >> there is no greater calling than to be able to go and serve the people of massachusetts, to give back to the state that has given so much to
for the project. our projects is at the corner in the market neighborhood and as patrick mentioned there's a lot of pedestrian traffic here. there's many cautional institutions in this area. since guitar center vacuum indicated there's been a lot of homeless people in this area but this project will change that. it is clad with a big system out of a foreign country. we've got samples of the colors we're going to use. similar other systems have been used phone local apartments projects. we have a couple of accent colors. everything is clad with this material including the courtyard. here's some views of the building standing at howard. and this is a view standing on admission street at 10th with the mercy project in the for grounded as proposed. and a view along washburn street as proposed. and finally, the site today at washburn street this stretch of alley is in the neighborhood. as you can see our project will breathe new life into this area. you can see admission 9th and wash burn street. we've made a great effort to have access along all there passages. given that our project is car free we
to throw things away, move on and forget about it it. elizabeth and her husband patrick are showing us the opposite. what it has like to stay put, stay home. the st. bernard is restoring things in her life. >> i think it's great. >> the levee broke and it came down the back side here and to this canal. once the canal couldn't take it anymore it started rising and rising. >> reporter: it's hard to imagine something so peaceful could become so angry. >> we couldn't see anything but the top of the roof. >> new orleans is in me. >> reporter: this spring the couple will go through their front door for the first time in seven years. >> it also opened up your heart and lets you know, you can get help. >> reporter: they've been living in a cramped apartment since katrina, already screaf -- craving to come back. >> i'm not a person who would jump and scream but i guess i will jump and scream and say my prayers. >> reporter: what have they learned? >> this is something you never think your life has changed so much. >> you can't give up. >> i just knew this was my final home that i would stay her
's anatomy" star patrick dempsey in seattle today leading a group of investors trying to buy tully's, a bankrupt, seattle coffee chain. the actor has spent several year's filming in seattle, and he has some big competition, starbucks is also bidding for some of tully's assets. dempsey says buying the coffee chain is all about saving jobs. a judge will decide who get's tully's next friday. >> how much you wajted to bet if they get it will you see a lot of product placement on that abc show. >> tom: more than a cup of coffee is what it will be worth. that's "nightly business report" for thursday, january 3. have a great evening everyone, and you too susie. >> susie: goodnight tom. thanks for watching everyone. we'll see you online at: www.nbr.com and back here tomorrow night. captioning sponsored by wpbt captioned by media access group at wgbh access.wgbh.org ♪ >>> and their buns are something i have yet to find anywhere else. >> i'm not inviting you to my house for dinner. >> breaded and fried and gooey and lovely. >> in the words of arnold schwarzenegger, i'll be back! >> you've
will hunting," and we were both unemployed and i asked patrick whitesell, our agent, who's still our agent 20 years later, to just send me everything that's being made. he said, "well, there aren't parts for you in a lot of these things." i said, "i don't care, i just want to read it all." so we'd been reading a couple hundred scripts a year and really knew what a script looked like and knew what these scripts getting made looked like. so it was that thing of having a writing partner where you have checks and balances, where you go, "am i crazy? i think our script's pretty good," and he'd say, "no, i don't think you're crazy. maybe we're both crazy, but i think it's good." so we were lucky in that we had an agent for our acting, right, patrick, so i went to patrick and kind of innocently, not knowing at the time that everybody has a screenplay, i said, "hey, man, i wrote a screenplay," and i heard, like [sighs] on the other -- [laughter] tavis: he's like, "i've got a screenplay too." >> yeah, he's like -- no, he just knew that he had to read it and then he's going to have to stephanopoulos th
. john is a descendant of the iconic patriot patrick henry. we are mostly anti-crown. i asked him why it was patrick henry was the most outspoken. his answer was incredibly candid. richard said it was because he was poor. how of reports he may have been, patrick henry was a very rich order in one of his speeches. "different men often see different subjects in different lights. i shall speak forth my sediments freely and without reserve." patrick henry was addressing the oppression by the british crown. tonight i wish to speak to a different kind of repression, the injustice of being held hostage to large financial institutions considered too big to fail. to fail.
on in sports, shu. we will have more so on the 49ers ray lewis versus his old buddy, patrick willis. that's in sports. >> those are the two scarest words for the next few days, no curfew. hopefully nobody gets in trouble. larry has gone wild. we will have more in sports. abc7 news has an entire team at the super bowl. i am headed to new orleans tomorrow and will join larry beil. abc7 news reporter wayne freedman and katie marzulo will be there to bring you the best coverage during super bowl week. we will be tweeting our updates at abc7 news bay area. >> and you know what, there is also a slide show of the activity in new orleans. that's on abc7news.com so you can check that out as well. thank you, shu. >>> it has been a nice weekend and leigh glaser is eke check -- is checking your forecast. >> we are seeing clear skies and live doppler 7hd is picking up some of the clouds toward stockton as well as the sacramento valley area. you can see them near the coast. there were reports of light rain. eureka toward red way and this is what could possibly sneak in the higher terrain around the bay
recent buy-backs the offer of catch for firearms was an incentive but as cbs 5 reporter patrick sedillo shows us, one prominent victim of gun violence says people are rethinking gun ownership. >> we had every hope it was going to be a turnout like this. >>> reporter: the cars lined up for blocks for the san mateo gun buy-back. >> handguns is $100. assault rifles are $200. >> reporter: and there were. besides those, all kinds of guns were brought in. >> we'll give money for up to 3 guns and accept as many as people want to turn in. >> reporter: the idea is simple. it's turned this into this and it's working. >> this is a no questions asked anonymous gun buy-back event. >> reporter: donald smith brought in two old rifles. >> haven't been used in many years. so time to get rid of them. >> reporter: as easy as that -- >> one and two. >> reporter: he got his $200 no questions asked. where's the money? >> the money is right here. all right? >> reporter: already spend it? >> you bet. we're heading out of town. >> this is a 100-round magazine.
turnout. like others, the offer of cash for weapons was an incentive but as cbs 5 reporter patrick sedillo shows us one prominent victim of gun violence says people are rethinking gun ownership. >>> reporter: the cars lined up for blocks for the san mateo gun buy-back. >> handguns is $100. assault rifles are $200. >> reporter: and there were. besides those, all kinds of guns were brought in. >> we'll give money for up to 3 guns and accept as many as people want to turn in. >> reporter: the idea is simple. it's turned this into this and it's working. >> this is a no questions asked anonymous gun buy-back event. >> reporter: donald smith brought in two old rifles. >> haven't been used in many years. so time to get rid of them. >> reporter: as easy as that -- >> one and two. >> reporter: he got his $200 no questions asked. where's the money? >> the money is right here. all right? >> reporter: already spend it? >> you bet. we're heading out of town. >> this is a 100-round magazine. >> reporter: congresswoman jackie speier was in attendance. she
got the nod patrick kane returned to switzerland already in game shape scoring some battle scars. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ [ female announcer ] with its rich, silky smooth taste there's magic in every piece of dove® dark chocolate. ♪ ♪ a movie about one of illinois favorite sons please this year's oscar nominations the film linked-in has 12 nominations including best pictureabrahamlincoln has 12 nominations. nominees for best actor abruptly cooper for the silver linings playbook. denzel washington for flight. best actress nominations are: the movies that pick up the most nominations were linked-in: a couple of snobs, ben affleck and kathryn bigelow did not get nominations even though their films were nominated. i'm going to start with a current temperature of 39 degrees and point out that for the south memphis has 62. that warm air is present in our direction which could put our temperatures tomorrow to record levels. you can see lingering showers are expected to continue right into the early morning and finally cleared out we could see a piece of sunshine by tomorrow afte
on the edge of arlington and falls church. patrick henry drive at route 50 there's a light coating of snow on patrick henry. that is to be expected. sidestreets are slippery. route 50 is pretty wide open with plenty of salt on the road. it is enough chemicals to keep it just damp. this is not the best snowball type of snow. if you pack it as tight as you can, it falls apart. that's because temperatures have been so low. we still have snow falling in seven corners. around the metro area we have a little snow falling. most of it is far south of washington, where we have most of the steady snow and that's where accumulations will be the highest. 17 degrees right now at storm chaser 7. it will be in the 20 today, but it will feel like the teens. let's go back to scott. >> thank you. great job by all of our crew members. it's 5:14, 18 degrees. >> coming up on this thursday, how joe biden is >> welcome back. some information as far as closures and delays. federal agencies are open today, but there is the option for unscheduled telework and unscheduled leave. closings in maryland. charles county
on whether i will ask governor duval patrick of massachusetts to send me to the senate to replace john kerry and work with senator blumenthal on that bill and the ammunition and other aspects of that bill. i would really like doing that. but then it is really hard work compared to this anyway. all right, we are minutes away. we are minutes away from my decision and my announcement of my decision, coming up in the rewrite. what are you doing? nothing. are you stealing our daughter's school supplies and taking them to work? no, i was just looking for my stapler and my... this thing. i save money by using fedex ground and buy my own supplies. that's a great idea. i'm going to go... we got clients in today. [ male announcer ] save on ground shipping at fedex office. hi victor! mom? i know you got to go in a minute but this is a real quick meal, that's perfect for two! campbell's chunky beef with country vegetables, poured over rice! [ male announcer ] campbell's chunky soup. it fills you up right. and his new boss told him two things -- cook what you love, and save your money. joe doesn't know i
will ask governor duval patrick of massachusetts to send me to the senate to replace john kerry and work with senator blumenthal on that bill and the ammunition and other aspects of that bill. i would really like doing that. but then it is really hard work compared to this anyway. all right, we are minutes away. we are minutes away from my decision and my announcement of my decision, coming up in the rewrite. ♪ [ male announcer ] how could switchgrass in argentina, change engineering in dubai, aluminum production in south africa, and the aerospace industry in the u.s.? at t. rowe price, we understand the connections of a complex, global economy. it's just one reason over 75% of our mutual funds beat their 10-year lipper average. t. rowe price. invest with confidence. request a prospectus or summary prospectus with investment information, risks, fees and expenses to read and consider carefully before investing. with investment information, risks, fees and expenses you know it can be hard to lbreathe, and how that feels.e, copd includes chronic bronchitis and emphysema. spiriva helps con
back into action. plus, it's the biggest game of the 49ers season and patrick willis could be on the bench. hey, we're live in santa clara with all the details next. whatever you're in the mood for, sizzler's endless salad bar has over 50 delicious choices. soups, salads, appetizers, and more starting at $8.99 for lunch. sizzler. where fresh is fun. >>> funny, clever, and a trickster for wearing a shawl. the chimpanzee died sunday after a long battle with heart disease and breast cancer. but as nbc bay area's joe rosato jr. shows us, had will be remembered for being a zoo favorite since the '60s and a well respected leader of four chimp troops. >> reporter: an absence in the place where tulula the chimp would have normally lounged with her mate. >> came over and participated in their normal routines the last couple mornings but they're a little more subdued. >> reporter: and keepers at the zoo were quieter, too. after all, she had been a fixture there for 45 years. >> a big loss for us. a big loss for the chimpanzee and the zoo, for our visitors. she really connected with o
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